Projects to Enhance and Innovate Learning in the High School English Classroom: A Final Master’s Portfolio

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Analytical Narrative

As I reflect on my Master’s degree journey, I cannot help but notice that I have grown a great deal in my ideas and pedagogical approaches. While I focus on writing in my classroom as an English teacher, through my research, study, and writing, I have learned new ways to teach writing and literature. At the start of my Master’s degree, I knew I wanted to earn my degree so that they could have college credit plus classes in my district. Earning a Master’s degree was something I knew I wanted to accomplish for myself, but I also thought it was a task I had to do. I did come into the program with fears of failure and dreading the workload. However, as I worked in my various courses at Bowling Green State University, I gained a newfound love for writing and learning. Each course I encountered helped my teaching skills grow, and I learned new tactics and theories that I have already begun to employ in my classroom. It is easy to forget how to be a student. It is also easy to get caught up in doing the same lessons, units, and teaching the same forms of writing each year, so my portfolio is a variety of ways to try different modes of writing and literature units.

Table of Contents

I. Introduction/ Analytical Narrative…………………………………………………………………………..…. 3
II. Technical Writing and Multimodal Composing in the High School English Classroom (Research and Analysis)………………………………………………………………………………..10
III. Murder, Witchcraft, and Community Crimes in Girlhood Stories (Teaching Unit)…………………………………………………………………………………….36
IV. Creative Writing: Awakening a Student’s Authorship, Voice, and Collaborative Skills (Teaching Unit)……………………………………………………………………………………..51
V. Grammar Practice That Sticks: Teaching Grammar in the High School English Classroom (Teaching Unit)………………………………………………………………………………………70

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Author

Kayla Welch

No of Chapters

5

No of Pages

103

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